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DJM-900NXS2 XLR MASTER OUTPUT (RIGHT)

The right XLR output on my mixer sounds like its baffled or like a blown speaker, left output works fine. Currently using RCA master out with XLR adapters until I can get it thru warranty repair. Does anyone know why its doing this? is it an easy repair?

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have you checked you gain structure

 

does it happen when your using usb...rca...digital connections?

 

it could be you need and new motherboard i just went through a similar problem with my tour-1 mixer

Art Cross 0 votos
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It happens with everything I plug into it. All other outputs work fine, just the XLR right master output has the problem

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I'm having a similar problem with my S9.  With the crossfader all the way left, I could still hear the source material from the right channel in the mains.  With the crossfader all the way right, I could hear the left channel in the mains.  Thankfully there was a long break between sets and I was able to coordinate with FOH to get the outputs changed over to booth.  Once I made the switched, the problem disappeared.    

I have been reading about the XLR output issue in various forums.  Sounds to me like Pioneer's Chinese manufacturer is screwing something up and Pioneer is not on top of this.  

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I have had the same problem with my djm-900 nxs2 also. But both left and right XLR have blown. I have had to do the same and use my master2 with RCA to XLR adapters as a temporary work around till I get a fix. Pioneer technical support cost is ridiculous before they even start work. A service manual for this would be handy as I could easily identify it but doesn't seem to be available on the web.

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@Tom > Sorry, there's a reason the service manuals are not available to the public; most who would attempt to repair their product are not qualified to do so and would risk further damage to their hardware.

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